Brand new for our summer 2019 season, we are delighted to be hosting dedicated Parent & Baby film screenings on selected dates.

Following on from the success of our monthly Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club and the ever-growing audiences for our theatre performances for babies, we’ve had a lot of requests for baby-friendly cinema. These new film screenings will offer parents and carers the chance to watch the latest releases in a comfortable setting with their little one in tow! Due to possible adult content in the films, babies must be fifteen months or younger.

In the Great Hall there will be a friendly and relaxing environment featuring unreserved seating on our rake. Lights will be dimmed and the volume for sound will be turned slightly down. There will be no need to worry about making too much noise as these screenings are for parents and babies only.

Dedicated buggy parking will be available in the Undercroft outside the Great Hall and baby-changing facilities are available in nearby toilets. As with all of our screenings and performances, food and drink are welcome in the space.

Tickets: £7, £6 conc., £5 under 15s (where appropriate), £4 members

If you’d like to find out more about the screenings or to leave feedback, please contact the Box Office at boxoffice@farnhammaltings.com or on 01252 745444.

Upcoming parent & baby screenings

Tolkien
Thu 27 June, 10am

Rocketman
Thu 18 July, 10am

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